hist-brewing: Buckwheat honey in meads

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Mon Jan 22 18:40:12 PST 2001


In a message dated 1/22/01 11:24:11 AM Central Standard Time, 
mcfeeley at keynet.net writes:
> 
>  It depends on where you buy your buckwheat honey.  I've been told that
>  buckwheat honey from the West coast is mild in flavor compared to buckwheat
>  honeys from the East coast, which are much stronger.
>  
In a message dated 1/22/01 9:49:57 AM Central Standard Time, 
NTMOORE at SMTPGATE.DPHE.STATE.CO.US writes:

> the honey had a awesome flavor, almost like caramel. 
>  When I was doing some research before purchasing I found in a few places
>  that there is supposable a huge difference between domestic buckwheat
>  honey, like I believe Dutch Gold is selling, and wild buckwheat honey
>  from the West Coast.  The Wild Buckwheat honey is supposed to be a much
>  finer honey. 
>
    As I understand it, you two are saying the same thing, rather than
contradicting each other.  Yes?
    Scotti

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